The facilitator/trainer is hired for six months
- Building engagement and trust with communities and schools – communicate the goals and process of group model building workshops, build trust and commitment among school leadership, school management committees, and other stakeholders, plan workshop logistics.
- Facilitating community group model building workshops – lead community participants through multi-session participatory research activities based on principles of system dynamics.
- Documenting artifacts – group model building workshops reports, photo documentation of session activities and resulting models and diagrams; and typing up variable names.
- Refresher short training teachers using project-based learning, child centered activities and child participation in the lesson.
- Assessing processes – documenting design and facilitation choices, debriefing what worked and what did not to improve on processes
- Act according to the policy and regulations of SCA & NAC.
- Actively contribute to the successful development and good reputation of the SCA & NAC.
- Promotes gender equality, non-discrimination with regard to ethnic, political and religious background.
- Ensure appropriate use of the teaching and learning equipment and materials in the teaching and learning process.
- Support and monitor performance of SMSs in relation to school affairs, achievements and follow their actions.
- Assist the teachers and students in development and utilization of low cost & accessible teaching and learning material.
- Make sure teaching and learning kits are properly used in the teaching-learning process for enhancing quality education.
- Encourage/support students to centered activities in the classes and initiate creative works like stories, poems and active participation.
- Through transfer of own knowledge and skills, enhances the working capabilities of schools’ teachers.
- Work closely with SMSs to ensure involvement of parents and image of ownership of the concerned communities in education of their children, particular girls quality education.
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) has been working in Afghanistan since 1982, presently managing development programmes concerning Health, Education, Rural Livelihoods and Community Governance, with a total annual budget of roughly USD 40 million. The total number of staff is around 5,500. During the last 10 years SCA has undertaken a change process moving from a primarily humanitarian service delivery approach towards more of a developmental role, putting increasing emphasis on capacity development, rights-based programming and outcome orientation. The mission of SCA is to empower individuals, communities and local organizations, primarily in rural areas and with particular focus on women, girls, boys and vulnerable groups such as people with disabilities, so that they may participate fully in society and influence their own development. SCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment based on their skills, abilities and experience without regard to age (18-65 years), ethnicity, religion, marital status, gender, or physical disability.
- Interested qualified candidates should submit a full CV (maximum four pages) with a cover letter explaining their motivation in applying for the job and highlighting their relevant skills and experience;
- To apply online please send your application / CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Candidates may also submit applications by letter (hard copy) directly to the SCA HRM Unit in either Kabul, Ghazni, Kunduz, Wardak, Taloqan, Mazar-e-Sharif, Laghman or Jalalabad;
- Academic certificates or references need not to be submitted at this time. These will be requested if called for interview.
- Only short-listed candidates will be invited for written test and interview.